Attendees are encouraged to bring their own food-safe containers to bring samples home.
Pressure Cooker Sliders:
Baked slider buns filled with Cubano pork, and Italian beef sandwiches.
Note: This is a repeat menu from 9/13.
My name is Drew Gandley, and I am currently the owner of the Eat Well in North Cape May. I am self-taught in the art of bread making. I worked in restaurants for most of my early adult life. I have always loved cooking.
23 years ago I became a massage therapist. I moved my family to Cape May in 2004. I had been a massage therapist and owner of a successful massage center in Montauk, NY for over 10 years. My plan was to open a new practice. We managed to repeat the success we had in NY.
I love bread, or should I say, I love good bread. We lived in Manhattan for a while, and there was a boulangerie in my neighborhood that sold these beautiful, salty baguettes. When we moved here I could not find anything like it. I decided I would need to do it myself. I bought book after book, and watched video after video. Being very busy, (and a little impatient) they were all too labor intensive. I found Artisan bread in five minutes and thought this is what I need.
Within weeks I was baking breads that reminded me of what I was missing. After seeing a movie called Chef with John Favro, I decided to open a food stand on Beach Ave in Cape May. I wanted to make sandwiches on fresh baked bread. After 2 years I bought my current building and expanded the menu to include soups and other home-cooked foods. I love being the owner of a local shop, and it brings me back to my childhood memories living in a neighborhood with mom and pop shops. I hope that is the energy I bring to Cape May.
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